Weekly Wrap Up (Week of April 23rd-April 29th)

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Being human we all make mistakes. Sometimes we even have soap disasters. Now these soap disasters can be rather disheartening especially if you worked really hard on something or you’re still new and just can’t seem to get it right. I’ve had two soapmaking disasters recently. What I’ve learned is, unless you make soap that’s lye heavy – it’s never really a disaster. What it is is an opportunity. A creative addition. An embed or an ingredient. A learning experience.

Rebatched Yogurt & Banana Soap with Loofah

The first time I made my yogurt & banana soap recipe with flax seed oil, it separated on me. I’d ended up with a false trace and tried to pour it sooner than I should have. I’d wanted to pour the soap into a mold with a loaf of loofah in it. And I was afraid that if it traced too heavily, then it wouldn’t go into the loofah at all. (This soap was inspired by this Dead Sea sponge soap.)

To save it, I dumped it all into a huge pot on the stove the next day. I added some half and half, some cocoa butter, some beeswax and a bit of stearic acid to harden it up. I tore the loofah up as I mixed everything together in the pot over heat. Then I remolded them.

These soaps actually turned out great in the end. (They’re pictured above.) The soap isn’t really pretty. It’s very rustic. But it is super conditioning and has some interesting texture because of the loofah.

DIY Star Wars inspired galaxy soaps!

The other soapmaking mishap took place when I was making my chia & charcoal soap recipe for the first time. I was wanting to use some of the soap batter in my Star Wars mold. Unfortunately, I had to mix this one to a heavy trace to be sure I didn’t get a false trace like the last time. And, I had to soap hot because I was using candelilla wax.

The soap batter made it into the mold, but even with pushing the soap into the mold with a spatula and some tapping, there were pieces of wings and other details missing from the ships. So I did what any soaper in my position might do. I drank a bottle of pinot grigio and embedded them into melt and pour soap galaxies!

I think they turned out pretty neat in the end. So I wanted to share how I made them.

To create these Star Wars inspired soaps, I first dusted the inside of my Star Wars mold with some super sparkles mica and jet black cosmetic glitter. (You could also use black flare mica.) I then filled the mold cavities with my chia & charcoal soap batter. (You can use your own favorite cold process soap recipe for this project! Just color the soap with coconut activated charcoalAustralian midnight black clay or black mica powder.

Once the soaps cured, I embedded them in a melt and pour soap base. I specifically used Stephenson’s natural crystal soap base. I chose this soap base because it has a high melt point and cools rather quickly which makes it great for swirling. (If you want to scent your base, be sure to weigh the amount of soap you’re using so you can figure out how much fragrance oil to add based on manufacturer’s guidelines.)

I cut this base into chunks, then divided it between two Pyrex measuring cups. I heated the soap at reduced power in the microwave until melted. Then, in one container I added electric blue mica powder. In the other I added cyber grape mica powder. (Both were added to suit.) I then mixed each batch of soap individually until the color was evenly distributed throughout the melted soap bases.

Next, I poured a small amount of the melted blue soap base into the cavities of my Crafter’s Choice basic round soap mold. I dusted some black glitter on top of that, then swirled the soap slightly with a fork. I waited for the soap to cool slightly then repeated the process with the melted purple soap.

DIY Star Wars Inspired Galaxy Soaps! Ships crashing into a blue and purple swirl of galaxy soap!

I allowed the soap to cool a bit more then I placed one of my ships into a cavity of soap and positioned as desired. Then I repeated layering the melted blue and purple soap with glitter until the cavity was full. I then repeated the process for all the remaining cavities of my mold.

DIY Star Wars inspired galaxy soaps!

Once the soaps hardened completely, I unmolded them and wrapped them tightly in foodservice film. And that was it! I hope this inspires some of you and that it helps newbies to realize that you never really fail. You are simply learning something new!

That’s all for this week! I can’t wait to dive into new some new soapmaking projects with you next week! Have a wonderful weekend, everyone! And don’t forget to find & follow me on Pinterest,  G+,  Tumblr,  Facebook,  Twitter,  Blog Lovin’, and Instagram. Or sign up to receive new posts from Soap Deli News blog to your email via FeedBurner so you never miss a post.

Natural Neem Oil Deodorant Recipe

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This natural neem oil deodorant recipe is a no baking soda deodorant that won't irritate skin. Learn how to make your own plus choose from two printable deodorant labels for your own no baking soda neem oil deodorant. It really works!

This natural neem oil deodorant recipe is a no baking soda deodorant that won’t irritate skin. Learn how to make your own plus choose from two awesome printable deodorant labels for your own no baking soda neem oil deodorant. Choose from a Star Wars inspired deodorant label for a Wook Control Stick – a spin on my natural deodorant spray recipe for wookiees – or a basic Natural Neem Oil Deodorant label.

Does it work?

Yes! I tested my neem oil deodorant recipe on myself on some pretty hot days over two and a half weeks. And I’m still using it daily!

Can anyone wear it?

Absolutely! The essential oils used help to fight odor causing bacteria. While they do lend the deodorant a light scent, it’s pretty unisex and not at all overpowering. Plus, the absence of baking soda means no itchy, red pits in a week or so for those of us with sensitive skin. And, it’s vegan.

Does it smell like neem oil?

Nope. I’ll be one of the first to admit that neem oil can smell pretty awful solo. But you can’t detect any trace of the neem’s natural scent in my neem oil deodorant recipe. Like the essential oils used for this deodorant recipe, neem oil is also fantastic at fighting odor causing bacteria as it’s naturally anti-bacterial.

This natural neem oil deodorant recipe is a no baking soda deodorant that won't irritate skin. Learn how to make your own plus choose from two awesome printable deodorant labels for your own no baking soda neem oil deodorant. Choose from a Star Wars inspired deodorant label for a Wook Control Stick or a basic Natural Neem Oil Deodorant label.

Natural Neem Oil Deodorant Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

1.5 oz. arrowroot powder
.5 oz. magnesium hydroxide
1 oz. mango butter
.2 oz. fractionated coconut oil
.2 oz. neem oil
.15 oz. emulsifying wax
.05 oz. stearic acid
.05 oz. pink Himalayan salt, fine ground
1 mL lavender essential oil
1.5 mL patchouli essential oil
1 mL tea tree essential oil
.5 mL rosemary essential oil

Instructions:

Begin by using a digital scale to weigh out mango butter, emulsifying wax and stearic acid. Combine in a glass Pyrex measuring cup and heat at 50% power in the microwave until fully melted. (Alternately you may use a double boiler.)

Remove from microwave (or heat source) and weigh out the fractionated coconut oil and neem oil into the melted butter, wax and stearic acid. Stir to combine.

Use graduated plastic transfer pipettes to measure out each of the essential oils. Use a new pipette for each essential oil to avoid cross contamination. Stir into the now liquid deodorant base. Set aside.

In a separate glass Pyrex measuring cup, weigh out the salt, arrowroot powder and magnesium hydroxide. Mix well to combine.

Now slowly pour the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients whisking as you go until the wet and dry ingredients are thoroughly combined.

Pour the deodorant into a 2.65 oz. deodorant tube with cap. I used the silver deodorant tubes with a domed cap from SKS Bottle & Packaging. Alternately you could also use their white styrene twist up deodorant tubes that I used for my cracked heel repair balm recipe found here. (My neem oil deodorant recipe makes one 2.65 oz. deodorant.)

Due to the heat sensitive nature of this product you’ll need to wait at least 48 hours before your deodorant is ready for use. Otherwise it will not be fully set up and will be soft and/or melt easily. Even if you place your deodorant in the refrigerator, it will still be at least two full days before it reaches final consistency. (You’ll find it softens back up after removing from the refrigerator before it solidifies to its final consistency.)

If you are simply allowing your deodorant to solidify at room temperature, allow at least three days for it to reach its final consistency. This is especially important in summer.

Once your deodorant has set up, it’s ready to be labeled!

This natural neem oil deodorant recipe is a no baking soda deodorant that won't irritate skin. Learn how to make your own plus choose from two awesome printable deodorant labels for your own no baking soda neem oil deodorant. Choose from a Star Wars inspired deodorant label for a Wook Control Stick or a basic Natural Neem Oil Deodorant label.

Click here to download my printable Wook Control Stick Labels. Print onto a full sheet white label. Cut out with scissors and apply to your container as desired.

This natural neem oil deodorant recipe is a no baking soda deodorant that won't irritate skin. Learn how to make your own plus choose from two awesome printable deodorant labels for your own no baking soda neem oil deodorant. Choose from a Star Wars inspired deodorant label for a Wook Control Stick or a basic Natural Neem Oil Deodorant label.

Or click here to download my Natural Neem Oil Deodorant labels. Print onto a full sheet white label or, as I have done, print onto a full sheet clear gloss or clear matte label. (I got my labels in bulk for a great price at WorldLabel.) Cut out the labels with scissors, remove the backing and apply to your container(s) as desired.

Your natural neem oil deodorant is now ready for use! Simply apply to underarms as needed to fight odor every day.

Prefer a jar deodorant over a stick deodorant? Use .1 oz. of emulsifying wax instead of .15 oz. and omit the stearic acid entirely.

If you like this neem oil deodorant recipe then you may also like my natural lavender and patchouli deodorant recipe. While this deodorant recipe does contain baking soda, you can simply substitute the baking soda with magnesium hydroxide. You can find that recipe here. For more of my skin care recipes that contain neem oil go here. For more Star Wars inspired projects go here.

No time to make your own natural deodorant? Check out All Good deodorantsAll Good deodorants don’t contain baking soda. Instead they use arrowroot powder as an ingredient to help absorb moisture and dry underarms. These deodorants also contain naturally-occurring enzymes and essential oils to provide long lasting protection, while aloe vera and certified organic calendula are gentle on sensitive skin.

Finally, be sure to follow my boards on Pinterest for more great skin care recipes, printables and DIY ideas. You can also find and follow me on Blog Lovin’Tumblr, FacebookTwitterG+ and Instagram.

Natural Spray Deodorant Recipe for Wookiees with Printable Labels

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This natural spray deodorant recipe isn't just for wookiees. It's pretty much awesome for anyone looking for a non-irritating natural deodorant alternative. But just for fun there are free printable "Wook Away Spray" deodorant labels for your finished product!

This natural spray deodorant recipe isn’t just for wookiees. It’s pretty much awesome for anyone looking for a non-irritating natural deodorant alternative. (There’s ZERO baking soda!) But just for fun there are free printable “Wook Away Spray” deodorant labels for your finished product!

Inspired by my boyfriend, who is a HUGE Phish fan and plans to on “drag” me to the summer festival, Lock’n, this year, I felt obliged to make a natural spray deodorant recipe for him. There’s nothing like 4-5 days of wook stink on a guy who likely won’t shower during the festival and doesn’t wear deodorant. While he’s technically what I’d describe as a little bit hippie – the urban dictionary top definition of wookiee (which they’ve misspelled as wookie in regards to this instance) is not particularly flattering of anyone. But the wookiee culture as I’ve learned has quite the following. So I figured, why not have fun with it? (For more festival DIY’s visit Soap Deli News blog here.)

I originally formulated my natural spray deodorant recipe without any arrowroot powder. However, I found this made my deodorant spray feel sticky once sprayed on. Which was an absolute no go for my bf. So I added some arrowroot powder to the formula and voila! – I had my wook away spray!

This natural spray deodorant recipe isn't just for wookiees. It's pretty much awesome for anyone looking for a non-irritating natural deodorant alternative. But just for fun there are free printable "Wook Away Spray" deodorant labels for your finished product!

I used a blend of patchouli, lavender and tea tree essential oils for my natural spray deodorant recipe. In the amounts given you’ll find this gives this natural spray deodorant a more unisex scent that’s not really floral nor does it smell like someone drowned themselves in patchouli. It’s more of a fresh scent that most people won’t find offensive and the essential oils were also of course chosen for their specific skin care properties. That they are anti-bacterial helps to prevent odors. However, feel free to substitute your own essential oil blend for scent preference.

I thought my natural spray deodorant recipe looked really great in the glass jars from Infinity Jars. I specifically used their 100 mL fine mist spray bottle for this natural spray deodorant recipe. Not only does the deep violet glass look great for this application with my “Wook Away Spray” labels (they appear black,) but these glass jars also offer an airtight seal and UV protection which will help to extend the shelf life of your final product. (You can find a variety of glass cosmetic bottles and glass jars for your skin care products at Infinity Jars here.)

Keep reading for my natural spray deodorant recipe as well the free printable “Wook Away Spray” labels.

This natural spray deodorant recipe isn't just for wookiees. It's pretty much awesome for anyone looking for a non-irritating natural deodorant alternative. But just for fun there are free printable "Wook Away Spray" deodorant labels for your finished product!

Natural Spray Deodorant Recipe (aka Wook Away Spray)

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

2.6 oz. witch hazel extract
1/2 teaspoon magnesium hydroxide
1/2 teaspoon arrowroot powder
1 teaspoon pink Himalayan salt, extra fine ground
12 drops patchouli essential oil
12 drops lavender essential oil
7 drops tea tree oil

Instructions:

I specifically used the witch hazel extract from Mountain Rose Herbs for my natural spray deodorant recipe as it’s been double distilled and contains 86% witch hazel extract and only 14% alcohol. However, if you prefer witch hazel without alcohol, then Thayer’s Alcohol-free Rose Petal Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera is a suitable alternative.

Measure or weigh out the witch hazel in glass Pyrex measuring cup. (I used a digital scale to weigh mine as is habit for most recipes however measuring out the amount needed won’t affect product performance as the difference is so little.)

Using a measuring spoon, measure out the magnesium hydroxide, arrowroot powder and pink Himalayan salt. Whisk these ingredients into the witch hazel until there are no clumps and the magnesium hydroxide and arrowroot powder have dissolved.

Now, using a different graduated transfer pipette or glass dropper for each, add the essential oils and mix again.

Use a small funnel to pour the mixture into your 100 mL glass jar and screw on the fingertip mister.

To use simply spray onto clean armpits as desired, shaking vigorously before each use to avoid clogging your sprayer. Reapply afterwards as needed.

This natural spray deodorant recipe isn't just for wookiees. It's pretty much awesome for anyone looking for a non-irritating natural deodorant alternative. But just for fun there are free printable "Wook Away Spray" deodorant labels for your finished product!

If you’d like to use my “Wook Away Spray” labels for this natural spray deodorant recipe, you can download the free printable “Wook Away Spray” PDF labels here. Then simply print the labels onto a full size label sheetWorldLabel has great prices for bulk labels and sticker sheets – cut out and adhere to the front of your 100 mL fine mist spray bottle.

Prefer a natural solid deodorant recipe? Then be sure to check out my natural lavender and patchouli deodorant recipe with printable labels here. Or make my natural spray deodorant recipe a roll on deodorant by filling a few roll top glass bottles instead of using a spray bottle.

Alternately if you don’t have the time or resources to make your own natural deodorant, then be sure to check out the All Good Deodorant line at Mountain Rose Herbs. All Good Deodorants are handcrafted from organic and natural ingredients and contain naturally-occurring enzymes and essential oils to provide long lasting coverage. And there’s no baking soda! You can learn more about these natural deodorants here.

Learn how to make your own DIY Star Wars inspired soaps with this DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial that creates fun Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter shaped soaps soaring through the galaxy!

If you the concept behind my “Wook Away Spray” then you may also enjoy my Star Wars soap tutorial. This melt and pour soap tutorial instructs you on how to make your own DIY Star Wars inspired soaps in both Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter shapes. You can find that tutorial here.

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DIY Star Wars Melt and Pour Soaps

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Learn how to make your own DIY Star Wars inspired soaps with this DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial that creates fun Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter shaped soaps soaring through the galaxy!

Learn how to make your own DIY Star Wars inspired soaps with this DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial that creates fun Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter shaped soaps soaring through the galaxy!

Learn how to make your own DIY Star Wars inspired soaps with this DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial that creates fun Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter shaped soaps soaring through the galaxy!

DIY Star Wars Melt & Pour Soap Tutorial

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

19.4 oz. Crafter’s Choice (or similar) clear basic melt and pour soap base
9.75 oz. Crafter’s Choice (or similar) white basic melt and pour soap base
1/2 teaspoon Australian Midnight Black Clay
.37 oz. skin safe fragrance oil, of choice
Crafter’s Choice (or similar) Neon Bikini Blue Soap Color Bar, 1/8th square
Crafter’s Choice (or similar) Neon Pink Pleasure Soap Color Bar, 1/8th square
Crafter’s Choice (or similar) Black Sparkle Soap Color Bar, 1 square
Super Sparkles mica powder or similar

Learn how to make your own DIY Star Wars inspired soaps with this DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial that creates fun Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter shaped soaps soaring through the galaxy!

Tools & Supplies:

Millennium Falcon & X-Wing Star Wars Silicone Mold
Ozera 6-Cavity Silicone Soap Mold
spray bottle with isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol
large glass Pyrex measuring cup
cutting board
utensils for stirring
Chef’s knife
digital scale
microwave

Instructions:

This DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial will yield six soap bars. It is important to note I used a basic, rather than a natural soap base, as the natural soap base tended to cool too quickly for neatly made soaps. However, you can experiment with other bases if you’d like and it’s quite likely you may have more patience and a steadier hand than me. Also important to note is that with a natural soap base, the clay will not sink to the bottom – which will become the top of your DIY Star Wars soap embeds – as it does in the basic soap base so the final appearance will differ.

 Learn how to make your own DIY Star Wars inspired soaps with this DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial that creates fun Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter shaped soaps soaring through the galaxy!

To make your DIY Star Wars soaps, you’ll begin by making the Millennium Falcon and X-Wing soap embeds.

We will make the X-Wing soap embeds first. To do this, use a digital scale to weigh out 4.95 oz. of white melt and pour soap base. Using a Chef’s knife, cut it into chunks and place inside a Pyrex measuring cup. Heat for 30 seconds in the microwave. Remove the soap from the microwave using towel to grasp the handle of the measuring cup in case it’s hot, stir and add 1/8th chunk of one square of the pink pleasure soap color bar. Heat an additional 20-30 seconds until the soap is melted completely, watching to make sure it does not boil, then remove from the microwave and stir again until all of the color has dissolved and is evenly distributed. Now measure out and add 1/4 teaspoon of Australian Midnight Black Clay and stir well.

Allow the soap to cool slightly, then weigh out .01 oz. of the fragrance oil you’ve chosen to use. Add the fragrance oil to the melted soap base and stir well.

Set your Star Wars silicone mold onto a cutting board. Now slowly pour the melted soap evenly into all three of the Star Wars X-Wing mold cavities.

Next, spritz the top of the soaps you just poured with alcohol to remove any air bubbles.

Learn how to make your own DIY Star Wars inspired soaps with this DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial that creates fun Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter shaped soaps soaring through the galaxy!

You will now make the Millennium Falcon soap embeds.

To do this, use a digital scale to weigh out 4.8 oz. of white melt and pour soap base. Using a Chef’s knife, cut it into chunks and place inside a Pyrex measuring cup. Heat for 30 seconds in the microwave. Remove the soap from the microwave using towel to grasp the handle of the measuring cup in case it’s hot, stir and add 1/8th chunk of one square of the neon bikini blue soap color bar. Heat an additional 20-30 seconds until the soap is melted completely, watching to make sure it does not boil, then remove from the microwave and stir again until all of the color has dissolved and is evenly distributed. Now measure out and add 1/4 teaspoon of Australian Midnight Black Clay and stir well.

Allow the soap to cool slightly, then weigh out .01 oz. of the fragrance oil you’ve chosen to use. Add the fragrance oil to the melted soap base and stir well.

Now slowly pour the melted soap evenly into the remaining three Star Wars Millennium Falcon mold cavities.

Next, spritz the top of the soaps you just poured with alcohol to remove any air bubbles, then using the cutting board for transport, transfer your soap filled mold into the refrigerator.

You will now start on the base for your DIY Star Wars melt and pour soaps. To do this, begin by placing the 6-cavity rectangular mold onto a cutting board or small cookie sheet, then begin preparing the soap for this mold.

Weigh out 19.4 oz. of the clear melt and pour soap base. Using a Chef’s knife, cut it into chunks and place inside a Pyrex measuring cup. Heat for 30 seconds in the microwave. Remove and stir. Repeat until the soap is almost completely melted then add one square of the black sparkle soap color bar. Stir well, then continue heating in 30 second increments, stirring in between heatings, until the soap is melted completely.

Remove the melted soap carefully from the microwave and allow the soap to cool slightly. Now weigh out .35 oz. of fragrance oil and stir into the melted soap base.

You’ll now pour the melted soap evenly into each of the six mold cavities so each mold cavity is about halfway full. (DON’T fill the molds all the way up!)

Now spritz the top of the soaps you just poured with alcohol to remove any air bubbles and use the cutting board for transport to place your soap filled mold into the refrigerator.

Once the refrigerated soap has solidified and cooled completely, remove both of the molds from the refrigerator.

Carefully remove all of the X-Wing and Millennium Falcon Star Wars soap embeds from the mold and set on a flat surface.

Using your finger as a brush, “paint” the tops of each of the soaps with the Diamond Dust mica until the tops are covered. They do not need to be evenly covered. This will make the tops look like metal. Gently blow the tops of the soap to remove any excess mica.

Now set each of your Star Wars soap embeds into each of the six cavities of your rectangular mold so that one edge of each of the X-Wing soap embeds and the Millennium Falcon soap embeds are set outside of the mold cavity and on top of the edge of the mold.

Re-heat the remaining black tinted soap base from earlier just until it is smooth and fully melted again. If you overheat the soap, allow it to cool slightly. Otherwise the soap may cause the Star Wars soap embeds to bleed.

Now pour all of the remaining black tinted soap into the six rectangular mold cavities that contain the Star Wars ships until they are full.

Spritz the top of the soaps you just poured with alcohol to remove any air bubbles and again use the cutting board for transport to place your soap filled mold into the refrigerator.

Once your DIY Star Wars melt and pour soaps have solidified and cooled completely they are ready!

Simply remove them from the silicone mold.

If your DIY Star Wars melt and pour soaps have fingerprints where you removed them, simply spritz the outside of the finished soaps with rubbing alcohol and allow to dry. This will give them a glossy finish and remove any fingerprints. It will also add to the metallic look of the ships.

Now wrap your finished soaps in food service film and gift to your friends and family!

Learn how to make your own DIY Star Wars inspired soaps with this DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial that creates fun Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter shaped soaps soaring through the galaxy!

If you liked this DIY Star Wars soap project, then you may also want to consider this collection of seven silicone Star Wars soap molds here. Not only will this save you money by purchasing them as a set, but it will also give you more options for creating your own DIY Star Wars soaps. You can buy this collection of Star Wars soap molds from Amazon here. (Shipping is free if you’re an Amazon Prime member. If you’re not an Amazon Prime member you can sign up here.)

To figure out how much soap you need for your new Star Wars soap molds, simply melt down some of your melt and pour soap base and pour it into one cavity of the new mold. You’ll then use your digital scale to weigh out the amount of soap that cavity will hold. From there you’d use simple math to determine how much base to use for the number of DIY Star Wars soaps you’d like to make. Fragrance oil is typically used at about 2% of the soap weight. Therefore to determine the amount of fragrance oil you’d need simply multiply the weight of your soap base by 2% or .02.

This Star Wars Jelly Soap Recipe features miniature Millennium Falcons and heart shaped jelly soaps. These make wonderful DIY Valentine's Day gifts for any Star Wars fan! Plus they're really easy to make and require minimal ingredients.

If you liked this DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial you may also like my DIY Star Wars jelly soap recipe. My Star Wars jelly soap recipe features miniature Millennium Falcons – that use the same mold as this project – and heart shaped jelly soaps that jiggle just like Jell-O. These make wonderful DIY Valentine’s Day gifts for any Star Wars fan! Plus they’re really easy to make and require minimal ingredients. You can find my jelly soap recipe here.

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Silicon Star Wars Soap Molds: Perfect for DIY Star Wars Soap this Valentine’s Day

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Want to make your own DIY Star Wars soap as gifts for Valentine’s Day? (Because who wouldn’t love Star Wars soap right?!) These silicone Star Wars soap molds are absolutely perfect for both cold process and melt and pour soap.

Want to make your own DIY Star Wars soap as gifts for Valentine’s Day? (Because who wouldn’t love Star Wars soap right?!) These silicone Star Wars soap molds are absolutely perfect for both cold process and melt and pour soap. Plus you’ll save a ton of money by purchasing these silicone Star Wars soap molds as a group of seven molds over purchasing each Star Wars mold individually. You can buy them from Amazon here. (Shipping is free if you’re an Amazon Prime member. If you’re not an Amazon Prime member you can sign up here.) Plus here’s a customizable DIY Star Wars melt and pour soap tutorial to get you started.

For more homemade gift ideas for Valentine’s Day, be sure to follow my DIY Valentine’s Day Gifts board on Pinterest. Or browse a collection of 18 of my own DIY Valentine’s Day gift ideas here.

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